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Old 03-15-2004, 08:01 PM   #1
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Looking for branchy Driftwood.

I'm looking for branchy driftwood for my 30gal.

I've been keeping an eye out on ebay and in Local LFS, but either its grossly overpriced [ 35 dollars for a mediocore stump ] or not quite what I'm looking for.


I really like driftwood that has a big visial impact [ I.E. branchy ] without taking up much water space.


If anyone has any, knows anyone that has any, or anything send me a PM, cause I'm really wanting to get some so I can write one more thing off the checklist for completing this tank [/code]
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I live in the Pacific northwest..I burn the stuff your looking for at beach bonfires ^_^
And have even had it tangle in my lines in the canals
You'd have to give a size and figure for shipping. I think I will start collecting this summer though. I refuse to pay over 30 bucks for a piece of wood that is an hour drive away And good kite flying trip!
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I want it for my 30gal.

And I would like several brancy pieces that would maybe intertwine with eachtoehr real well.

But no more than.. I say, 12 inches or so tall, by 12 or so deep, byt around...14-20inches long if possible.

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Is there any woods I need worry about....most are cedar sequoia, redwood and other woody evergreens as well as maple oak birch, beech and ash. And many I cannot recognize.
It wil be warm enough for our first outing in about 2-3 weeks; something the SIZE of 10 gallon tank then. Notated.. ^_^
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I am also looking for driftwood for my 55 gal tank. If anyone has a large piece, please contact me.

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Leonora,
Try www.DrsFostrSmit.Com they are having a sale on Mallysian drifftwood a 10-15" piece is only $8.99

African Dristwood is:
6-9" $6.99
9-12" $8.99
12-18" $11.99
18-24" $16.99
24-36" $29.99

hope this helps
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